Original objects and furniture of the House

  • “Toconao”, painting: oil on canvas of the Chilean painter Nemesio Antúnez.
    “Toconao”, painting: oil on canvas of the Chilean painter Nemesio Antúnez.
  • Equestrian figure of Saint Ambrose gifted to Eduardo Frei Montalva by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Italy, Amintore Fanfani, July 1965.
    Equestrian figure of Saint Ambrose gifted to Eduardo Frei Montalva by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Italy, Amintore Fanfani, July 1965.
  • English barometer.
    English barometer.
  • French Neoclassic Chest of drawers.
    French Neoclassic Chest of drawers.
  • Plaster sculpture of Eduardo Frei Montalva sculpted by Dr. Eduardo Keymer Fresno.
    Plaster sculpture of Eduardo Frei Montalva sculpted by Dr. Eduardo Keymer Fresno.
  • Engraving made by the Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi, gifted to Eduardo Frei in Italy.
    Engraving made by the Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi, gifted to Eduardo Frei in Italy.
  • Engraving made by the Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi, gifted to Eduardo Frei in Italy.
    Engraving made by the Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi, gifted to Eduardo Frei in Italy.
  • “El velorio” (“The wake”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Arturo Gordon, gifted to Eduardo Frei by his cabinet of ministers in 1970.
    “El velorio” (“The wake”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Arturo Gordon, gifted to Eduardo Frei by his cabinet of ministers in 1970.
  •  “Niña” (“Girl”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Pedro Lira.
    “Niña” (“Girl”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Pedro Lira.
  • “Casa de Campo” (“Country house”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Carlos Munizaga.
    “Casa de Campo” (“Country house”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Carlos Munizaga.
  • “Paisaje de Campo” (“Countryside”): Oil painting made by the French painter Ernesto Charton de Treville.
    “Paisaje de Campo” (“Countryside”): Oil painting made by the French painter Ernesto Charton de Treville.
  •  “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Juan Francisco González.
    “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Juan Francisco González.
  • “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter José Tomás Errázuriz.
    “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter José Tomás Errázuriz.
  • “Retrato de niña” (“Portrait of girl”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Benito Rebolledo.
    “Retrato de niña” (“Portrait of girl”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Benito Rebolledo.
  • “Casas de Lo Contador” (“Houses of Lo Contador”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Alberto Valenzuela Llanos.
    “Casas de Lo Contador” (“Houses of Lo Contador”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Alberto Valenzuela Llanos.
  • “Paisaje nevado” (“Snowy landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Alberto Orrego Luco.
    “Paisaje nevado” (“Snowy landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Alberto Orrego Luco.
  •  English Victorian Style chest of drawers.
    English Victorian Style chest of drawers.
  • Portrait of Heinrich Lübke, president of the Federal Republic of Germany (1959-1969), dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
    Portrait of Heinrich Lübke, president of the Federal Republic of Germany (1959-1969), dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
  •  Portrait of Golda Meier, First Minister of Israel, 1969, dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
    Portrait of Golda Meier, First Minister of Israel, 1969, dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
  • Portrait of Fernando Belaúnde Terry, President of Peru (1963-1968), dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
    Portrait of Fernando Belaúnde Terry, President of Peru (1963-1968), dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
  • Portrait of Rafael Caldera, President of Venezuela (1969-1974), dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
    Portrait of Rafael Caldera, President of Venezuela (1969-1974), dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
  •  Portrait of Carlos Lleras Restrepo, President of Colombia (1966-1970), dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
    Portrait of Carlos Lleras Restrepo, President of Colombia (1966-1970), dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
  • Colonial virgin: anonymous author.
    Colonial virgin: anonymous author.
  • Old telephone: acquired by Eduardo Frei Montalva at an antique shop..
    Old telephone: acquired by Eduardo Frei Montalva at an antique shop..
  • “Vírgen con el niño” (“Virgin with the boy”): Wooden polychrome figure, brought from Italy. Anonymous author.
    “Vírgen con el niño” (“Virgin with the boy”): Wooden polychrome figure, brought from Italy. Anonymous author.
  •  “Capitol Wolf of Rome”: Bronze sculpture gifted by the mayor of Rome Americo Petrucci to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1965.
    “Capitol Wolf of Rome”: Bronze sculpture gifted by the mayor of Rome Americo Petrucci to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1965.
  • Altarpiece made of ivory and wood, that represents Jesus and the angels. Anonymous author.
    Altarpiece made of ivory and wood, that represents Jesus and the angels. Anonymous author.
  • Victorian armchair made of mahogany with Gobelin tapestry, Eduardo Frei Montalva’s favorite.
    Victorian armchair made of mahogany with Gobelin tapestry, Eduardo Frei Montalva’s favorite.
  • Mahogany-veneered French Cabinet Secretaire, Louis Phillipe style.
    Mahogany-veneered French Cabinet Secretaire, Louis Phillipe style.
  • “Portón” (“Front gate”). Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Juan Francisco González.
    “Portón” (“Front gate”). Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Juan Francisco González.
  • “Charco de agua” (“puddle of water”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Arturo Gordon.
    “Charco de agua” (“puddle of water”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Arturo Gordon.
  • “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Antonio Smith.
    “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Antonio Smith.
  • “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Manuel Ramírez Rosales.
    “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Manuel Ramírez Rosales.
  • “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Pedro Lira.
    “Paisaje” (“Landscape”): Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Pedro Lira.
  • “Portrait of María Ruiz-Tagle”: Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Raúl Manteola in 1964.
    “Portrait of María Ruiz-Tagle”: Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Raúl Manteola in 1964.
  • Holm oak Buffet sideboard table.
    Holm oak Buffet sideboard table.
  •  “Ball of life”: Small ivory figure. Anonymous author.
    “Ball of life”: Small ivory figure. Anonymous author.
  • “Águila” (“Eagle”): Silk-screen printing made by the Chilean artist Nemesio Antúnez.
    “Águila” (“Eagle”): Silk-screen printing made by the Chilean artist Nemesio Antúnez.
  • "Textile: Represents the bottom of the sea. It’s attributed to the French Surrealistic Artist Jean Lurçat. It was gifted to Eduardo Frei Montalva by Charles de Gaulle in 1965.
    "Textile: Represents the bottom of the sea. It’s attributed to the French Surrealistic Artist Jean Lurçat. It was gifted to Eduardo Frei Montalva by Charles de Gaulle in 1965.
  •  “Muros y ventanas” (“Walls and windows”): Oil painting made by the Brazilian painter José Paulo Moreira da Fonseca.
    “Muros y ventanas” (“Walls and windows”): Oil painting made by the Brazilian painter José Paulo Moreira da Fonseca.
  • “Muros y ventanas” (“Walls and windows”): Oil painting made by the Brazilian painter José Paulo Moreira da Fonseca.
    “Muros y ventanas” (“Walls and windows”): Oil painting made by the Brazilian painter José Paulo Moreira da Fonseca.
  • “Marina” (“Seascape”). Oil painting made by the English painter Thomas Somerscales.
    “Marina” (“Seascape”). Oil painting made by the English painter Thomas Somerscales.
  • “Naturaleza muerta” (Still life”): Oil painting of the Tuscan school of the XVII century. It was gifted by Giuseppe Saragat to Eduardo Frei Montalva, 1965.
    “Naturaleza muerta” (Still life”): Oil painting of the Tuscan school of the XVII century. It was gifted by Giuseppe Saragat to Eduardo Frei Montalva, 1965.
  •  Ceramic vase, Italian Corinth from the VI century b.C., which was gifted by the Italian authorities to Eduardo Frei Montalva, in 1965.
    Ceramic vase, Italian Corinth from the VI century b.C., which was gifted by the Italian authorities to Eduardo Frei Montalva, in 1965.
  • “Tiffany tray” (Commemorative). It shows the country shields of the members of the Organization of American States (OAS), and was gifted by Lyndon B. Johnson to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1967.
    “Tiffany tray” (Commemorative). It shows the country shields of the members of the Organization of American States (OAS), and was gifted by Lyndon B. Johnson to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1967.
  • Ceramic figure of Neptune: Part of the Nyphenbourg collection. It was gifted by Heinrich Lübcke, president of the Federal Republic of Germany (1959-1969) to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1965.
    Ceramic figure of Neptune: Part of the Nyphenbourg collection. It was gifted by Heinrich Lübcke, president of the Federal Republic of Germany (1959-1969) to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1965.
  • Victorian style armchair: Made of mahogany and brown corduroy tapestry.
    Victorian style armchair: Made of mahogany and brown corduroy tapestry.
  •  Etruscan vase: Gifted to Eduardo Frei Montalva by Italian authorities in 1965.
    Etruscan vase: Gifted to Eduardo Frei Montalva by Italian authorities in 1965.
  •  “Vendimia Mística” o “La mano ponderosa” (“Mystic grape harvest” or “The powerful hand”): Paint over metal. Anonymous author.
    “Vendimia Mística” o “La mano ponderosa” (“Mystic grape harvest” or “The powerful hand”): Paint over metal. Anonymous author.
  •  “Descendimiento de la cruz” (“Descent from the Cross”). Oil on canvas. Anonymous author.
    “Descendimiento de la cruz” (“Descent from the Cross”). Oil on canvas. Anonymous author.
  • “Cristo crucificado” (“Crucified Christ”). Figure of Christ in polychrome wood over a tapestry. Anonymous author.
    “Cristo crucificado” (“Crucified Christ”). Figure of Christ in polychrome wood over a tapestry. Anonymous author.
  • ""Escena de Puerto". Óleo on canvas painter's Uruguayan Jorge Paez Vilaró.
    ""Escena de Puerto". Óleo on canvas painter's Uruguayan Jorge Paez Vilaró.
  • Crucifix made of bronze and wood with gold plaque, granted to Eduardo Frei by the Universidad Católica de Chile (Catholic University of Chile) in 1932 for his great achievements.
    Crucifix made of bronze and wood with gold plaque, granted to Eduardo Frei by the Universidad Católica de Chile (Catholic University of Chile) in 1932 for his great achievements.
  • “Portrait of Eduardo Frei Montalva”: made by the Ecuadorian painter Oswaldo Guayasamín during his visit to Chile in 1969. It was painted in Cerro Castillo, the presidential palace in the city of Viña del Mar.
    “Portrait of Eduardo Frei Montalva”: made by the Ecuadorian painter Oswaldo Guayasamín during his visit to Chile in 1969. It was painted in Cerro Castillo, the presidential palace in the city of Viña del Mar.
  •  “Sanguinea Morale”: drawing on paper in one color.
    “Sanguinea Morale”: drawing on paper in one color.
  • “Doctor Honoris Causa” Diploma: Awarded by the Dean of the Catholic University of Chile in 1969.
    “Doctor Honoris Causa” Diploma: Awarded by the Dean of the Catholic University of Chile in 1969.
  • "Lawyer degree diploma: obtained with maximum distinction by Eduardo Frei, from the Catholic University of Chile, on October 27, 1933.
    "Lawyer degree diploma: obtained with maximum distinction by Eduardo Frei, from the Catholic University of Chile, on October 27, 1933.
  • "Bookcase-like table for music scores made out of jacaranda wood. Canterbury George IV style.
    "Bookcase-like table for music scores made out of jacaranda wood. Canterbury George IV style.
  •  English regency style armchair made of mahogany.
    English regency style armchair made of mahogany.
  • “Chinese horse”. Wooden sculpture bought in Malaysia by Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1978. Ostensorium made of silver.
    “Chinese horse”. Wooden sculpture bought in Malaysia by Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1978. Ostensorium made of silver.
  • Ostensorium made of silver.
    Ostensorium made of silver.
  • “Vírgen y el niño” (“Virgin and the boy”): Wooden icon, unknown author.
    “Vírgen y el niño” (“Virgin and the boy”): Wooden icon, unknown author.
  •  Antique table of three levels: Bought by Eduardo Frei Montalva to keep his pipe collection.
    Antique table of three levels: Bought by Eduardo Frei Montalva to keep his pipe collection.
  • “Cristo y Santos” (“Christ and saints”): Wooden icon, unknown author.
    “Cristo y Santos” (“Christ and saints”): Wooden icon, unknown author.
  • “San Nicolás” (“Saint Nicholas”): Icon in wood and silver, unknown author.
    “San Nicolás” (“Saint Nicholas”): Icon in wood and silver, unknown author.
  •  English porcelain dinner set: Gifted by the Queen Elizabeth II to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1965.
    English porcelain dinner set: Gifted by the Queen Elizabeth II to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1965.
  • “Retrato de Gabriela Mistral” (“Portrait of Gabriela Mistral”). Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Juan Francisco González.
    “Retrato de Gabriela Mistral” (“Portrait of Gabriela Mistral”). Oil painting made by the Chilean painter Juan Francisco González.
  • “The visit from the Three Wise men”: Enamel painting on brass. Made by Nuria Ribot, Barcelona 1966.
    “The visit from the Three Wise men”: Enamel painting on brass. Made by Nuria Ribot, Barcelona 1966.
  • Presidential mandate: signed by Eduardo Frei when assuming as president in November 4, 1964.
    Presidential mandate: signed by Eduardo Frei when assuming as president in November 4, 1964.
  •  Chess game made with gold and silver. Gifted to Eduardo Frei Montalva by the first minister of Israel Salman Shazar.
    Chess game made with gold and silver. Gifted to Eduardo Frei Montalva by the first minister of Israel Salman Shazar.
  •  Portrait of the French philosopher, Jacques Maritain. It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
    Portrait of the French philosopher, Jacques Maritain. It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
  • Portrait of Rafael Luís Gumicio, president of the Conservative Party in Chile. It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
    Portrait of Rafael Luís Gumicio, president of the Conservative Party in Chile. It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
  • Portrait of the Pope Paul VI.
    Portrait of the Pope Paul VI.
  • Photograph with the Pope John XXIII during his visit to Europe in 1962
    Photograph with the Pope John XXIII during his visit to Europe in 1962
  •  Portrait of Indira Gandhi, First Minister of India (1966-1977). She visited Chile in 1968.
    Portrait of Indira Gandhi, First Minister of India (1966-1977). She visited Chile in 1968.
  • Portrait of the Italian philosopher Giovanni Papini. It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva, 1934.
    Portrait of the Italian philosopher Giovanni Papini. It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva, 1934.
  • Portrait of the British Royal Family, 1968.
    Portrait of the British Royal Family, 1968.
  • Portrait of Charles de Gaulle, president of France (1959-1969). It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva, 1965.
    Portrait of Charles de Gaulle, president of France (1959-1969). It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva, 1965.
  • “Lord Cochrane”: Colored lithograph gifted in 1965 to Eduardo Frei Montalva, in Greenwich, England by The Royal Navy College.
    “Lord Cochrane”: Colored lithograph gifted in 1965 to Eduardo Frei Montalva, in Greenwich, England by The Royal Navy College.
  •  “Portrait of Gabriela Mistral”: Drawing. It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
    “Portrait of Gabriela Mistral”: Drawing. It is dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva.
  • Portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson, president of The United States (1963-1969). It was dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva in Punta del Este in 1967.
    Portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson, president of The United States (1963-1969). It was dedicated to Eduardo Frei Montalva in Punta del Este in 1967.
  • Golden Buda: Wooden polychrome sculpture of Oriental origin
    Golden Buda: Wooden polychrome sculpture of Oriental origin

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1 Comment:

  • Michael Rief says:

    Dear Madam, dear Sir,

    The Virgin enthroned (no. # 25/82), bought in Italy, is a 19th or 20th century copy of the Virgin enthroned by the anonymous Master of Seeon (Bavaria), Bayerisches Nationalmuseum Múnich (Germany), Inv.No. MA 1126 (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meister_von_Seeon). Your sculpture was probably made in the Grödental/Val Gardena in the South Tyrol.

    With best regards,
    Michael Rief
    Head of collections
    Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum Aquisgran/Aachen

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